Asterisk cmd Suffix

Note: This command is completely obsolete and has been removed

Synopsis:
Append trailing digits

Description:
Suffix(digits)

Appends the digit string specified by digits to the channel's associated extension. For example, the number 555 when suffixed with '1212' will become 5551212. This app always returns 0, and the PBX will continue processing at the next priority for the new extension.

Deprecated: This command is considered obsolete since the introduction of variable substitution. Use Dial(Zap/g0/${EXTEN}1212) to do the same thing with one less step in the dialplan.

Example

So, for example, if priority 3 of 555 is Suffix 1212, the next step executed will be priority 4 of 5551212. If you switch into an extension which has no first step, the PBX will treat it as though the user dialed an invalid extension.

See also



Created by: oej, Last modification: Mon 31 of Jul, 2017 (18:30 UTC) by admin
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